POCO F3 GT vs realme GT

Let’s take a look into the specs of both the phones first.

POCO F3 GT

Screen- 6.67 inches of AMOLED technology, 20: 9 aspect ratio, FullHD + resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels, 120 Hz refresh rate and Corning Gorilla Glass 5

Main Camera- 64 megapixel main sensor with focal aperture f / 1.7
– Secondary sensor with 8 megapixel wide-angle lens with f / 2.2 focal aperture
– Tertiary sensor with 2 megapixel macro lens with f / 2.4 focal aperture

Selfie Camera- 16 megapixel main sensor

Processor and RAM- Mediatek Dimensity 1200
8 and 12 GB of RAM

Battery- ​​5,065 mAh with 67 W fast charge

Realme GT

Screen- 6.43 inches of Super AMOLED technology, 20: 9 aspect ratio, FullHD + resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels, 120 Hz refresh rate and Corning Gorilla Glass 5

Main Camera- 64 MP megapixel main sensor with focal aperture f / 1.8
– Secondary sensor with 8 megapixel wide-angle lens with f / 2.3 focal aperture
– Tertiary sensor with 5 megapixel macro lens with f / 2.4 focal aperture

Selfie Camera- 16 MP main sensor with f / 2.5 aperture

Processor and RAM- Snapdragon 888
8 and 12 GB of RAM

Battery- 4,500mAh with 65 W fast charge

Qualcomm has long been considered the king of Android semiconductor manufacturers, as its processor chipsets are among the best performing, even better than what Mediatek has historically shown. However, the latter has revamped its catalogue and now has several really powerful parts, and an example of this is the Dimensity 1200, which is inside the Poco F3 GT and runs at 3.0 GHz clock frequency.

There are several differences between the two. In terms of screens, the realme GT is slightly better in terms of quality, but it is smaller, which is a matter of personal taste. In the camera department, they are very evenly matched, although the Realme GT is compatible with GCam, making it a better choice if you want to fully exploit the mobile’s cameras. At the same time, this handset features a 3.5mm jack and NFC, but it doesn’t have IP53 protection and a larger battery and faster fast charging like the Poco F3 GT does.

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